“A”-23

…butter. The Search for Everlasting Life: Gilgamesh wanders through wilderness and over plains declaring: How can I rest with despair in my heart since what my brother is now I… more

LZ Library List Compiled by CZ

…Go to Library List at the HRC Note: names and titles lack accent marks to facilitate the search function Author Title Publication Information Date Ascribed Inscription/Notes Marginalia Degree of… more

Works about LZ

…Laws Can Say.’” Explicator 43.2 (1985): 40-41. Bastos, Mário Vitor. “The Search for Clear Vision: William Shakespeare and Louis Zukofsky’s Poetics.” “So long lives this, and this gives life to… more

Prepositions (1967, 1981, 2001)

Search of an Author (1921), HIM has a complicated play within a play structure about an playwright trying to write a play. 84 Enormous Room: Cummings’ 1922 satirical novel based… more

LZ Library at the Harry Ransom Humanities Center

…The information below was compiled by Cathy Henderson and is reproduced with permission of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.B = books… more

Catullus (1969) with Celia Zukofsky

…3/4 (April-July 1968) [in “Test of Translation”]. Catullus 60. the silent Zero, in search of Sound, ed. Eric Sackheim. NY: Grossman, 1968. Catullus Fragmenta . London: Turret Books (Jan.1969) [limited… more

“A”-12

…to assert his birth right against the suitors and to go in search for his father. Here imagined as spoken by CZ and therefore suggests an allusion to PZ…. more

“A”-13

…Bridge / Inclined towards Edward Hopper’s angular search of shadows: Hopper (1882-1967) American realist painter, in whose works sharply etched shadows are often prominent, although he never actually painted the… more

“A”-22

…Tyana (see 524.19). As Ivry points out (220-221) this refers to Apollonius’ wandering life in search of truth, which famously included a journey to India. Also may echo a famous… more

“A”-15

…‘field.’ The Amir’s men came up and commenced to search the ground for the crouching partridge, while the hawk watched the proceedings from fifty yards’ distance. After a minute or… more